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Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 8:00pm EDT
effort at gun control is largely failed. and ukraine's peace plan, a reporter that looks at whether a cease fire would cork. tonight on our series gunnings around the world, we look at canada. while canada is our neighbor to the north, the as world away in terms of gun laws. allen. >> john, good evening, yeah, we are just a couple of dozen miles north, but things are very different here. take it to the most basic level, you won't find the word gun or firearm in the charter of rights and freedoms. now, there are sadly shooting sprees that take place, the most recent the murder of three police officers in new brunswick, just a couple of weeks ago. but there are far fewer. a day on the firing range, a weekend routine of competition. >> i thought you had more bullets than that? >> in this case it is mother and son bonding over bull ets. >> oh, if i didn't have that, it would be crushed. >> that's my little boy. >> it is a social event for donald and tracy. two of the 2 million or so canadians the government licenses as legal gun owners. but how many gun and gun owners there are, is a ma
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 8:00pm EDT
this without russia's invasion of the ukraine. and did it without regard to the treaty and the administration did it without regard to russia's come plipes to the new start treaty. the administration did it without regard that it did without the treaty. and the administration did this without concerns to the department of defense and other government agencies. how did russia respond? the "new york times" this will past weekend answered, quote, rebels claimed to have shot down a plane on june 6, 2014, the june 6 episode was of physical concern because it was destruction of the planes that ukraine used to monitor open skies treaties. when we -- when will we learn we cannot respond? putin responded as he always does by taking our concession and having shock troops in ukraine shoot down an airplane. we cannot continue to ignore russia. we continue for russia to ms. use the treaties. we cannot continue to forment and continue continue to ignore the concerns of our military just to make russia feel good. i urge support of my amendment to send a message to russia and safeguard our national security.
WHYY
Jun 19, 2014 7:30pm EDT
to the border with ukraine just as the new ukrainian president offers a cease-fire. and you think you are a football fan? the parents of these kids named them after some of the greatest players ever. you could call it a dream team. welcome to our viewers on public television in america and also around the globe. the united states will not send combat rogues back into iraq -- that was president obama's promised today -- the united states will not send combat troops back into iraq. will have more on the white house's decision in a moment, but here is our world affairs editor, john simpson. he has been to a mainly sunni area in the suburbs of baghdad, and he has this report. these are the targets for president obama's bombs and missiles, but isis is clever. it has huge amounts of money and plant he of warning of american airstrikes. anyway, air strikes alone will not stop these men. people here are acutely aware how close isis has come to baghdad. boat awaye this heading northward, it will lead you to buckle the, where isis is writing. it's only -- where isis is fighting. it's only 37 mi
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
's understanding, because his actions are being controlled from outside of the ukraine. offer of a cease fire by the army, and even his proposal for an amnesty for those fighters prepared to lay down their weapons. that information simply isn't getting through here. frankly, they don't trust the government, and they say that they are prepared to continue to fight to the death. >> and it's caused for a firm commitment from all sides in the conflict. is the local cease fire was then call pod allow a prisoner exchange in the evacuation of the wounded. few here believe the guns will stay silent. police chief is the only officer still turning up for work, his own brother was abduct bedty separatist a week ago, there has been no word since. >> difficult, difficult. difficult. it is a hopeful side, but unless the separatist show similar willingness, this plan can just be one way traffic. al jazeera. >> the world health organization says 337 people have died since february. nearly 50 cases are reported in the last week alone. >> and uganda, the u.s. has imposed sangs over the antigay law, the preside
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
war. russia continues its threat against ukraine and crimea. north korea continues its saber rattling. iran refuses to stop its pursuit of nuclear weapons. taliban threatens stability in afghanistan. and hamas has captured teenagers. holding them, one of them, an american teenager new york israel. isis, boko haram, al qaeda and other terrorist groups are threatening liberty and freedom around the world. madam speaker, we live in a dangerous world. yet our military is being forced to make due -- make do with less. spending precious resources to follow the obama climate change agenda will compromise our national security. then this same amendment was being adopted previously, some people claimed the amendment would prevent the military from using science. that's not true. this amendment merely prevents the pentagon from spending money, precious money, to implement policies based on the obama administration's climate assessment and the united nations reports. these are widely acknowledged as political documents. adopted by people with an agenda. we should not be spending money pursuing i
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
and ukraine, everyone is getting scared, don't fall into the trap, gold will continue its down trend stay away. charles: down side target 1100. charles: kate, darden restaurant, estimates are about 93 cents a share, they own all chain restaurants red lobster, olive garden,. lou: are they spinning off red lop ster? >> are they. charles: up or down? >> up. charles: hitha. >> investor day coach, they are closing down a lot of under performing stores, disappointing sales guidance, double digits from 2015, news is driving down luxury retail sector. charles: would you buy anything down because of coach today. >> coach. charles: other stocks that went down in sympathy. >> good tweets today uk matt said, charles i'm onboard, telling my friends to get on the payne train, we got a 28 about your shirts, i love this, pay it forward thinking, what i can do to match this. >> thank you, usc let us know. >> and truth in sarcasm, she said, who is making money with charles payne? this gal? with thumbs up. charles: what do you feel about the mark stkpwhret we could continumarket.>> we could conti, a foundation t
PBS
Jun 19, 2014 3:00pm PDT
in intense fighting in eastern ukraine today. the rebels tried to organize their forces, but said they were outnumbered and outgunned. a top rebel commander begged russia for help. in london, nato chief anders fogh rasmussen said russia has resumed a military buildup along the border. >> we call on russia to stop the flow of weapons and equipment from russia to separatist groups in eastern ukraine, we call on russia to stop the support for pro-russian armed gangs in eastern ukraine. >> ifill: but russian president >> ifill: but russian president vladimir putin said today he has rejected the rebel's pleas for help. >> woodruff: israeli soldiers clashed with palestinians in the west bank, as they searched for three missing israeli teenagers. the teens disappeared a week ago while hitchhiking home from the west bank. the israeli raid took place overnight in jenin. about 300 palestinians threw explosive devices and opened fire. 30 were arrested. >> ifill: spain swore in a new king today. felipe the sixth succeeds his 76-year-old father, juan carlos, who gave up the throne after nearly 40 years
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2014 2:30pm PDT
to intense fighting -- until july 20 two find an agreement. now to infants -- intense fighting in the ukraine. the most intense fighting is in a city just to the east of sauvignon. turnbull reports. >> the new faces of the ukrainian leadership, sworn in by parliament. >> i, fully conscious of my great possibility as a cabinet member, solemnly swear to be faithful to the people of ukraine. >> a former chief with the russians teed -- top priority in an aide -- in an effort to ease tensions with moscow. accused of moving forces closer to the border with ukraine.ine -- with a few thousand more soldiers have been deployed there in recent days. i consider it a very regrettable step backward, he said. a cease-fire plan was announced, offering separatist a way out of the conflict. for russian fighters have yet to hand over their weapons. many do not trust the government to keep its word. some 4000 rebel fighters are said to be involved in clashes. >> staying with ukraine, the pro-western president brought his country one step closer to the european fold earlier today. poroshenko said he will sign key
CNN
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm PDT
limits on the use of military force in syria in response to the crisis in ukraine and now iraq. yet today, by sending up to 300 troops noose harm's way and air strikes not just in the iraq but possibly inside syria, the administration is opening the door to a broader, bloodier commitment. gulf war, 1990 to 1991. iraq war, 2003 to 2011, and now in 2014, u.s. forces back on the ground. is this iraq war three? >> the united states will continue to increase our support to iraqi security forces. >> in the president's words today. >> ultimately this is something that is going to have to be sofd -- solved by the iraqis. >> some heard echoes of president kennedy announcing the u.s. deployment to the vietnam. >> it's their war. we can help them. we can give them equipment. we can send our men out there as advisors but they have to win it. >> even then relatively small deployment of up to 300 troops compared to the 165 thousand at the peak of "operation iraqi freedom," is generating warnings from surprising corners. general david of petraeus commanded the troop surge credited with saving iraq from
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
of your forecast given the, you know, darkening outlook overseas. you've got conflict in ukraine, escalation of war in iraq, with implications for oil prices that potentially have global economic impact. you have -- excuse me -- a european recovery that's still fairly weak and emerging markets that are slowing down sharply. do you think the u.s. can be a lone engine of economic recovery globally? and if i should just follow up very quickly on greg's question, because you talked about the two sides of the mandate but didn't answer the financial stability part. is financial stability currently preventing the fed from being more accommodative than it would like and if not, when do you expect that to happen if at all? thank you. >> so, let me -- i'm sorry i didn't answer the last part of greg's question and the last part of yours. let me start there. with respect to financial stability, we monitor potential threats to financial stability very, very carefully. and we have spoken about some, i've spoken in recent congressional testimonies and speeches about some threats to financial st
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm PDT
for the analysis. the latest on the ukraine crisis. >> nato is warning that thousands of russian troops have been returning to the eastern border. move is called a regrettable step afterwards. >> the ukraine president has promised to sign a strategic deal with the european union. >> last november, the deal's rejection by the formal readership is part the beginning of the crisis. >> ukraine's new president congratulates the country's new foreign minister. the former ambassador to germany is considered to be very pro-european. on important ally for the president who wants to send out a message to the european union. >> on june 27, i will sign the association agreement. that is what we have been waiting for so long. what millions of ukrainians wanted and what they have been fighting for for the past six months. >> on the domestic front, the president is pushing a peace plan for eastern ukraine. the leader of the people's republic has admitted they are getting weaker. >> we have lost significantly a numbers. we are losing in terms of armament and moreover prohibited armament is being used against us.
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
in eastern ukraine today to tell you about. and a prorussian insurgent says the rebels are losing the battle it comes as russian president welcomes ukrainian president peace plan. as al jazeera reports now, it may be tough to implement. if president's peace plan is to work, it's places like here that he needs his message to be heard. the mean here say they come from a local area, but they met with the border. >> those who do choose here need to decide if they can be trusted. since his immigration, these beaches were elegant and beautiful, but he hasn't acted on any of them. it is understandable because his excellence is out of control from outside of ukraine. for those prorussian fighters that information, simply suspect getting through here on the front lines of the separatist militia. frankly, they don't trust the kiev government, and they say that they are prepared to continue to fight to the death. and an amnesty for fighter whose give up their weapons. but it also requires the border with russia to be secured. and it calls for a firm commitment from all sides in the conflict. >> there i
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
've seen it in our ally ukraine where viktor yanukovych planted pro-russian agents throughout the ukrainian government and armed forces, but the ukrainian people refused to accept russia's attempt to reintegrate them into a 21st century reincarnation of the soviet union. they stood up in the maiden square, a place i visited a few weeks ago, and they braved the freezing cold. they braved the murder out army snipers who shot the protesters down in that square, and they stood and demanded freedom. they demanded to stand with america, with europe, and the west. iran, in its attempt to create a modern version, a new version of the persian empire, has attempted a similar play on behalf of so-called supreme leader khomeini through the means of the iraqi regime of nouri al-maliki. sadly, iranian forces today permeate both the government of iraq and the iraqi security forces. america has demonstrated beyond any shadow of doubt our offer of liberty to the people of iraq, indeed thousands of our sons and daughters have given their lives in pursuit of freedom in iraq. but if the iraqi government is mor
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
this bill and provisions therein which underscore that a free democratic independent ukraine is in the interests of everybody everywhere and the european continent that shares the values and respects the rule of law. ukraine faces enormous challenges in transitioning to a democratic society and now begins and russia sabtadges them. the ordinary incomes have dropped. onsumer inflation is up 16%. forcing private consumption top drop and further pushing g.d.p. to decline. life for ordinary citizens has become increasingly unsympathetic. liberty hangs in the balance. economic pressures will further mount as russia restricts gas supplies to ukraine. this is the time for attention to ukraine which holds enormous potential to be the world's bread basket if only political conditions are stabilized to allow a better future to be built for all. one often ignored and by the world community is ukraine evilage women. despite all obstacles, they produce nearly half the food that that nation's citizens eat. on plots that are small and open pastures, these women, many of them grandmothers, t
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 3:00pm EDT
? markets ignored it. putin's advancement in ukraine. markets ignored it. even now with the civil unrest in iraq, markets are still ignoring it. they seem pretty resilient right now. i'm not sure what could crack these markets. if not inflation, a mini ice age? i'm not sure. >> that's the question i've been asking, peter anderson. what would cause a 10% correction in this market finally? what's this market waiting for here, do you think? >> well, i think if you cannot find any more stocks out there that are undervalued, bill, then people are going to start to get impatient and they're going to start to conclude that everything is overvalued. but i have to tell you, bill, right now that just is not the case. to bring this conversation back to what we're all interested in which is how do we make money in this market. i would say that you can still find stocks in certain industries that are -- say they are addressable markets, for instance. they are still not recovered. you look at s&p 500, it is back or above where it was from 2008. right? but there are most industries are like that, too.
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2014 3:00pm EDT
to see how president vladimir putin response as fighting erupts again in ukraine with government troops battling pro- russian rebels in the east. federal reserve chair janet yellen yesterday delivered a relatively subtle view of the upcoming yesterday to read lower in the feds a. we told you that on monday. the major us markets have been fairly resilient, at least until this afternoon to read there was a reversal, the dow, s&p and nasdaq were all higher, but they have reversed, but the early. there has been a flight to safety. gold is popping. why do we talk about this now? look on the screen, jumping $48. what's going on? the open interest started to move up yesterday, more people showing interest in bu it started coming in last night. we saw a close of about 1350. that changes a negative picture from the last couple months to a positive picture. but, let's dig deeper into what is going on with your money in the market serious let's go to the floor show. john, we had a poor box just how. vladimir putin, janet yellen, the violence in a rock and president obama to read what other traders
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm PDT
do you think vladimir putin has been up to in eastern ukraine? listen to this. under the cover of all of this other chatter and world's ventses, proper russian rebels say they're losing an intent and deadly battle with ukrainian fors and begging moscow for help. the fighting has been going on near this city east of the rebel stronghold and it there is. danetsk. that entire region has been the center of a month are long rebel uprising. part of the president's proposal for peace was they lay down their weapons. even the russian president vladimir putin says he supports that plan, but the head of nato accuses russian -- russia of sending more troops. the headline is the russians have moved more troops to the border, ready to quell any violence in ukraine, and that is the headline of the day as russia is at it again. >> house republicans just elected their enough second ranking leader who will replace eric cantor. more on majority whip kevin mccarthy and what his promotion could mean for the future of the g.o.p. that's ahead. [ male announcer ] are your joints ready for action? ♪ get re
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm EDT
give us a briefing of his it to you on ukraine and also as a follow-up of his trip to europe and the meetings he had when he was there previous to d-day and leading up to d-day and interactions with foreign leaders. i'm sure if you asked the white house, they would tell you more about that. subject thater we talked about, the ukraine, and what the possibilities are, working with our allies to, again, resolve conflict in a peaceful way. -- aree at all concerned you at all concerned from the republican leadership elections to get bills passed, like the highway trust fund? >> those are urgently needed for the economy of our country. --re really have not been they really have not been partisan impasse. infrastructure and highways have been one of the least partisan areas of legislative success in the congress. tria is urgent. , and wet insurance act passed this before, with a 9/11, but interest in now it is time for reauthorization. for some reason, the chairman of the financial services committee is very much opposed to the proposals that had support, public, private support as
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am PDT
and the united states over fighting in ukraine, nasa officials assure us that relations between the two nations in space remain excellent. >> we're learning details about attempts to capture an asteroid. what do you know about that? >> it does sound far-fetched but part of a multibillion dollar ambitious program to actually capture and reroute a very small asteroid using a remote controlled spacecraft to push it into orbit around the moon. >>> the plan will be to send astronauts to visit that asteroid, take samples, perhaps learn something more about the origin of the universe or how asteroidses move. >> thank you. so the midwest bracing for more dangerous weather one day after several tornadoes left a trail of destruction in south dakota. nearly wiping one community off the map. destroys homes and injurying two people, rick is in our extreme weather center. >> it's been a rough week. incredible severe weather and so much rain, up to ten inches. it's all part of the energy moving across the rockies. it is starting to get out today. so the receive their threat is less today and by tomorrow mostl
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 3:00am JST
to all charges against him, but when asked about his motive, he spoke incoherently. >>> ukraine's president has announced a plan for a cease-fire in his country. the u.s. vice president backs the idea, but russia's foreign minister remains skeptical. ukrainian president petro poroshenko has urged government forces to unilaterally stop the violence. he wants pro-russian residents to agree to disarm the separatists. ukrainian defense ministry officials say the troops will stop their attacks in a few days. officials at the white house say vice president joe biden spoke by phone with poroshenko. biden expressed support for the truce plan. he said russia had failed to use its influence to stop separatist violence in eastern ukraine. but russia has doubts about the truce. russian foreign minister sergei lavrov says the actions of ukrainian leaders were aggressive and moscow cannot rule out anything. now european union leaders are expected to discuss the ukrainian crisis at the summit in belgium next week. >>> sony shareholders are voicing their criticism of the people who run the comp
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 1:30pm EDT
and over the ukraine. the military options have very little possibility of achieving a success. it is just not in the cards to leverage military force at this point. >> aaron you agree, you have written that the obama administration would likely succumb to pressure to do something in iraq but you don't think it should. >> iraq has been dealt a pretty bad hand, in terms of where and when. unless you can figure out a way to create a sustainable equitable and reasonable confessional balance, in which these three groups, sunni, shia and kurd, participate equally, iraq is going to be vulnerable both for iranian aspirations, and in syria, the sunni jihadi groups. the fact that five to 8,000 guys with light weapons could essentially take over iraq's second harnlg -- largest city and large swaths of the city and including the oil refinery in less than a week, suggests to me that the iraqi state is an empty shell. i agree with your guest that our military option he s are pretty constant. you can use reaper and predator drones but you can't hold the country together, no matter how good the intellige
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 1:00pm EDT
not been indexed to, you know, u.s.-russia tensions over ukraine or other things. i think that deserves to be recognized as a victory. so yeah, i can see, you know, look at this counterexample. on the one hand, you have a massive military deployment, a military occupation, a destructive war, an expensive war. on the other hand, you have a recognize it's in the united states interests to prevent an iranian nuclear weapon. either for just some people would claim iran would use that. i don't find that very convincing. i think that's probably a minority view. it's somewhat more plausible it would embolden them to act in destabilizing ways in the region. i also think there's reasons to doubt that, but it's not an unreasonable claim. and there's also the proliferation question of whether countries in the region would feel compelled, saudi arabia, egypt, turkey would feel compelled to obtain their own nuclear deterrent so understag standing nuclear nonproliferation is in the united states' interest that less nuclear weapons is better than more, you know, i would say on the whole even though we
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am PDT
. and a lot of focus on iraq. there is new fighting today in ukraine. and battling gang violence in a major u.s. city. you will not believe who the gang are recruiting. and we are waiting on the president in the chaos in iraq. what should our next move be? do we know enough about the goal there in that country. go to fox news.com, we'll be right back with more. [cat meows] ♪meow, meow, meow, meow... it's more than just a meal, it's meow mix mealtime. with great taste and 100% complete nutrition, it's the only one cats ask for by name. sfx: car unlock beep. vo: david's heart attack didn't come with a warning. today his doctor has him on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. ♪ they lived ♪ they lived. ♪ they lived. ♪ (dad) we lived... thanks to our subaru. ♪ (announcer) love. it's what mas a subaru, a subaru. how can a tablet replace your laptop? start with the best writing experience. make it incredibly thin. add an adjustable kickstand, a keyboard, a usb port,
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm EDT
republic of congo. >>> ukraine's president has confirmed that he will sign a long-awaited trade pack with the e.u. next week. he says a new plan for peace will be presents today e.u. foreign ministers. ukraine's foreign government abandoned a trade deal with the e.u. in november sparking mass protests. it divided ukraine along pro-russia and pro-e.u. lines and led to the overthrow of the former president victor yanukovych. >>> police in albania have broken up a billion dollars crime ring in the south and a major crack town on illegal operations. hundreds raided the village with $6 billion worth of marijuana a year. the operation comes just before talks on whether the country will join the e.u. as lawrence lee reports. >> reporter: the smoke rising over the little village in southern albania, it actually clouds of burnt marijuana destroyed by its manufacturers as the police moved in. after years and years of this place allegedly being out of the grasp of the authorities, it's now being held up as an example of how albania with its lawless reputation may be turning a corner. overtime,
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 1:00am JST
of the country's largest oil refinery. >>> ukraine's president has announced a plan for a cease-fire, but russia's foreign minister remains skeptical. >>> and officials in tokyo say the south korean military should not conduct a drill near the area controlled by south korea. >>> iraqi government forces are battling against islamist extremists threatening to advance to the capital. fierce fighting continues over control of the country's biggest oil refinery. sunni insurgents have launched an assault in the northern city of baiji. the militants seized the country's second largest city of mosul and are expanding their influence to the south. the refinery supplies 20% of the country's gasoline and other oil products. government forces are stepping up air attacks in the west trying to stop the advance of the militants. the troops have retaken some areas of the northern town of talafar which had earlier fallen to the insurgents. the iraqi government has asked the united states for military help. leaders in washington are orchestrating their response. nhk world's jun yotsumoto reports. >> reporter: for
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am EDT
in ukraine, you add in iraq, you add in everything that has been happening. every event has controlled him, rather than he's been controlling the event. and if you look, we have been doing something over a long period of time which is looking at how people feel about him personally, how they feel about him professionally. in terms of his job performance. when he entered his second term, he had the wind at his back with way more people thinking that they were applauding his both personal and professional rating. at this stage of the game, it's turned around. so on a personal basis, he no longer has that same kind of strength that he had where people say, i love him, i really respect him which always was reagan even during his worst days of iran/contra. at this stage of the game the president has to be able to re-establish himself and it leads to the other thing which is you have hillary clinton out there and that sort of puts in a whole brand new story. and it makes it that much harder for the president. >> so i want to play a little bit of the game here. i think god created the world in si
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am EDT
. reports that russian troops have moved to ukraine. stocks are down a little. the president meets the economist. the government demands the redskins change their names. that will cost the team millions. we will show you the cheapest 3d printer on the market. john stossel passes judgment on designer babies. let's start with the markets. we are down, but not by much. down .08% on the s&p. ten year treasury yield is at 2.58%. that is interesting. black hairy. a voice from the past. a smaller loss and a new deal with amazon store. supermarket chain, kroger. there goes that stock nearly 6%. nicole: down over 12% at the moment. $16.06. they did the traffic in stores. highly promotional environment. having to cut what the prices on june price were. they were just not cutting it with the margins. they cut the guidance because they have so much concerned about competition. it is down 12% today. 30% for the year. stuart: thank you very much, indeed. does the president have his priorities straight? president obama used a commencement speech to push his global warming agenda. canada approves
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am EDT
have been killed, tortured, and abducted by pro-russia groups in eastern ukraine. a senior human rights official told reporters in switzerland that the groups have killed at least 356 people since the beginning of may including more than 250 civilians. he said tens of thousands of ukrainians have fled their homes amid the rising violence between the armed groups and the ukrainian army in the eastern regions. >>> happening today, l.a. clippers co-owner shelly steriling is expected to ask a judge to stop her husband, donald, from threatening witnesses. her attorneys want protection for her legal team and the doctor who is determined that donald was mentally incapacitated. next month the trial begins over the possible sale of the clippers to microsoft ceo steve ballmer for $32 billion. >>> an explosion at a fireworks facility in washington state killed one person and juried two others. it happened about 70 miles south of seattle pap truck was being loaded with fireworks to go to a show. something ignited and the fireworks exploded then started a fire in the building which was destroyed. >>
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am EDT
to resolve that. the situation in ukraine is going on. members of the house do not want to be concerned with foreign policy, but when you combine that with public attitudes, nothing is going to happen in the foreseeable future. >> gentlemen, thank you for joining us. both served for many years of the house. the leadership election starts at 2:00 p.m. eastern. we will have full coverage on aoomberg television with special edition of bottom line with mark crumpton coming up. , what t-mobile does on the day amazon reveals its smartphone. trouble at the world cup. this is market makers on bloomberg television, streaming on your tablets, bloomberg.com, apple tv and smart tvs. >> you are watching market makers on bloomberg television. i am erik schatzker. twitter wants to become more useful to the television adustry so it is acquiring video startup, snappy tv. snappy is already used with companies that work with twitter. has signed comedian chelsea handler to host a late-night talk show. she will also produce a number of specials for netflix. she is ending a seven-year run as the host of the
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am EDT
in for syria and over the ukraine. the military options have very little possibility of achieving a success. it just is not in the cards to point. >> i know you agree, you've written that the obama administration will succumb to pressure to do something in iraq, but i don't think it should, aaron. >> iraq has been held a bad hand in terms of where t its demooing raffy and geography. unless you can create a sustainable, equitable balance in which these confessional groups, shia, sunni and kurds participate in a broader sense of iraqi identity, iraq is going to be vulnerable to iranian aspire suggestses and as we see from syria, the emergence of giugni jihadi groups who play the alienation. the fact that 5,000-8,000 guys with light weapons could take over the second largest city and large swaths of the county and an oil refinery in the matter of a week, suggests to me the iraqi stage is an empty shell. i agree with your guest, that - military options are pretty scant. i mean, yes, we can use predator drones, but you can't hold the country together. no matter how good the intelligence is. >> g
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am EDT
us a briefing of his view on ukraine and also as a follow-up of his trip to europe and the meetings that he had when he was there previous to d-day and then leading up to d-day and interactions with foreign leaders and the rest. i'm sure if you ask the white house, they'll tell you more about that. but that is another topic that we did talk about, the ukraine and what the possibilities are to, ng with our allies again, resolve conflict in peaceful way. yes, ma'am. >> are you at all concerned with a push from the right and the republican leadership election it may be far to get certain fiscal bills accomplished this year like the ighway trust fund or the ex-im bank? >> all three of those are urgently needed for the economy of our country. they have not been particularly partisan in the past. certainly, infrastructure and highway has been one of the least partisan areas of legislative success in the congress. important. terrorism risk insurance act. following 9/11 -- now it's time for a re-authorization. and for some reason, the chairman of the financial services committee has very mu
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am EDT
the border with ukraine. emrasmussen said a few thousand russian troops have been deployed, coming as fierce fighting continues in eastern ukraine. let's go live. what you have been seeing on the front lines, what are the possibilities of a ceasefire? >> i think it's going to be very difficult to make a general ceasefire work. that's initially not what we're talking about. it's a unilateral ceasefire president poroshenko is promising. i think there is as strong possibility that it will hold, not least because the ukrainian army units we've seen are well equipped and seem quite confident and well disciplined. they're well dug in. they have tanks, they have armed personnel carriers and light artillery guns. they don't seem to be at any risk of moving or deviating from the orders sent down by kiev. the difficulty arises in the response of the separatists militia to the order. basically they are not bound by what the president says and say they won't be bound by what the president says. they spoke to us, but said they do not recognize the authority in kiev, said they don't answer to the presiden
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am PDT
near ukraine. the nato secretary-general con first it's a regrettable step backward. a nato step backward nato estimates that 40,000 russian forces were deployed at the ukrainian border but as of last month many of those soldiers had pulled back. you can only wonder if vladimir putin sees the distraction in iraq and wonders if it's time to step it up in ukraine. bill: you can slap the map of the world up there and there is trouble just about of where that we look. another tornado ripping through a small town in the heartland of the country. that is not what you want to see coming toward your home in the afternoon. damaging homes. people running for cough. we are live on the ground on the aftermath. martha: some devastating polls have come out for president obama and and his administration. it has raised a phrase that is being heard from the media to the halls of congress. is the obama administration basically over? bill: the white house under fire for bringing a suspected benghazi leader to the u.s. instead of did mow. why critics say it d instead of gitmo. >> they have been putt
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2014 5:30am PDT
.5 million jews and others behind the gates. out inghting broke eastern ukraine this morning despite a promise from the president of the cease-fire. ukrainian forces and pro-russian separatists were locked in fierce battle with some reports saying tanks have been deployed by both sides. according to one military analyst, fighting began when the separatists refused the call to lay down their arms in line with the peace plans outlined by president petro poroshenko. >> a chance to lay down their weapons or leave the country great ukraine's president announced a cease-fire plan wednesday that would give pro-russian separatists away out of the conflict in southeastern poroshenkord petro said the unilateral cease-fire could come into effect within days. >> on our side we will offer amnesty to those who surrender their weapons and did not commit horrendous crimes. >> poroshenko proposed the terms of the cease-fire after speaking with angela merkel and vladimir putin tuesday night, but his offer is senseless, according to the separatist leader who does not trust the ukrainian government to k
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 8:00am EDT
that we have global economic risks out there. you look at what is happening in ukraine and iraq. none of that bodes well for any kind of growth beyond 2.5%. >> gary has a good point of their. let's face it, household mortgage debt is still decreasing. that is something you have not seen since the great depression. you need to see that actually start to increase and grow by on% which is an anchor inflationary pressure. we think the ecb will step in and start to do good old-fashioned qe over the next 4-6 months and that perhaps will raise the yield curve in the eurozone as well as here in the united states. the economy is not in full throttle. weare not at the point where had escape velocity. we don't think we will be on till 18-24 months out. the long end of the yield curve on the 10 year estimate out of the question. >> that takes me to jon ferro gaming ofking at the when the fed will hike interest rates. what did you find? if i take anything from the federal reserve forecast yesterday, it's not the median projection of where rates will be next year and the year after. it's the fact t
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 8:00am EDT
conflict in the ukraine, escalation of war in iraq, implications for all prices potentially have global economic impact. you have -- excuse me, a european recovery that is still fairly weak and emerging markets are slowing down trophy. do you think he was can be a blown engine of economic recovery globally? if i could follow quickly on greg's question because you talked about the two side sidesf the mandate but you didn't quite answer the financial stability board. is financial stability currently preventing the fed from being more accommodative than it would like? if not, when the you expect that to happen, if at all? >> so let me, i'm sorry, i didn't answer the last part of greg's question, and the last part of yours, let me start there. with respect to financial stability, we monitor potential threats to financial stability very carefully. and we have spoken about some. i've spoken in recent congressional testimony and speeches about some threats to financial stability is better on our radar screen, that we are monitoring, trends and leverage lending in the underwriting standards the
NHK
Jun 19, 2014 9:00pm JST
's largest oil refinery. >>> ukraine's president has nounced a plan for a cease-fire but russia's foreign minister remains skeptical. >>> chinese court officials send three reform campaigners to prison for disrupting public order. >>> iraqi governmenre battling against islamist extremists threatening to advance to the l. hting continues over control of the country's biggest oil refinery. sunni insurgents launched an assault in the northern city of seized the country's second influence to the south. theeryupmitants. town of tall la far which had fallen to the insurgents. the iraqi government has asked the united states for military help nhk world reports.orter: the foreign minister said the iraq go ts must be clarified. >> options like air strikes as and they don't have a key base for their operations. u.s. leade strikes could kill innocent people. hagel also criticized iraqi prime minister nuri al malik for not t factions. he says that's whavo the country's shia muslims who formed a the surg minority. experts say sunnis have grown frustrated with how they have been t
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am EDT
to go live to iraq for the latest developments on the ground. >> the crisis in ukraine, the u.n. designated the refugee cries in iraq a level three, the highest level assigned to a humanitarian disaster by the agency. the group is struggling just to provide basic needs for the 1.5 million displaced iraq keys. officials saying there was already a level three polio epidemic and syria also at level three, making for three humanitarian crises in the region. >> a few thousand more troops moved into ukraine's borders this morning, asking the nam community to intervene. vice president biden vowed to enact further sanctions against russia if moscow vows to stop sectarian violence in eastern ukraine. >> eric cantor is stepping down after last week's primary loss in virginia. the current majority whip is a strong favorite to replace him. republican of idaho is running against him. if mccarthy becomes majority leader, there's a three way race to replace him. >> federal authorities want to raise the gas tax by 12 cents. right now, it's 18.4 cents a gallon, diesel higher at 24.4. it would
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
quickly enough. >> rates are much lower. obviously we had other issues. you have ukraine. you have the uncertainty over iraq. you have the uncertainty around oil prices. i'm not trying to suggest they're singularly responsible. >> since you were on saying that. i think afterwards, kohn came out and said there's no volatility and citigroup said we're going to be down 25%. is that what you were alluding to they're somehow masking what the markets would normally be doing if they weren't involved? >> i think central bank behavior has reduced the supply to the extent now that we are seeing more muted volatility. that's what i think they're referring to. unquestionably you're going to have more volatility when all central bank's behaviors are complete. i think the ecb is going to become more aggressive. you're going to have central bank behavior -- >> but we haven't seen the negative effects you're talking about. we're at new highs. everything's great, larry. >> the central bank is making -- >> are you sure? are you sure that they shouldn't be here? i mean it seems pretty good. >> i beli
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
a growing urgency by sunnis. ukraine's president is trying to build support for unilateral cease-fire. poroshenko says pro-russian rebels will be given a limited window to lay down their weapons and says those who have it committed serious crimes will be allowed to leave the country. one of the rebel leaders calls the cease-fire offer "nonsense." know ifors want to congressional staff members tipped off wall street traders about a change in of care policy. they have subpoenaed a house committee to testify before a grand jury according to "the wall street journal." those are the top headlines. >> let's get to our single best chart. high-speed internet because the fcc released its report yesterday -- looking at high-speed internet because the fcc released its report yesterday. dsl, verizon, centurylink the windstream lagging behind, not giving customers what they promised wall cable and broadband, fiber broadband, are doing a little better at delivering. what is interesting, doesn't answer the question of who is responsible for slowdowns and congestion we try to stream video. netfl
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
and separatists have been fighting battles in the east, after ukraine's president appealed for a unilateral cease fire. under petro porashenko's deal, they have a choice between laying down their weapons or leaving the country. they rejected the proposal. we have this report if donetsk. >> reporter: ukraine's new president floated the idea of a cease fire. the announcement comes with a warning. this will be a short-lived offer, a limited opportunity for the pro-russians to breach. >> translation: i can say the period of ceasefire will be short. armed groups will disarm. order will be achieved, including joint patrolling against maraudingers and bandits in the east. >> that instability and the worst nipping human rights crisis is described in a report published on wednesday. the presence of armed people has increased. the escalation is no longer limited to targetting journalists, politicians and activists. abductions, detention, ill-treatment and torture are affecting the broader population. the pastor was one of them, for leading his congregation in a prayer. he was seized and beaten for three ho
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 3:00am PDT
up -- get this keystone going. >> think about the ukraine. russia now is threatening and not just threatening, they're cutting off some oil supplies to the united states. the president doesn't understand simple economics. i've heard him say, if we produce more oil here, they'll just get used up someplace else. guess what? the fact that it gets used up someplace else, that's extra supply. the price goes down. >> no kidding. >> al gore yesterday said the president finally on the same page of global warming. i predict the xl pipeline will never get built. >> it probably won't. not under president obama's watch. i think people understand that fracking, the pipeline, stuff like that, creates jobs. it's good for the economy and one thing this economy needs is jobs. we have a very low job creation rate. >> absolutely. charlie gasparino from fox business, thank you. >> thank you. >>> take a look at this, terrifying moments caught on dash cam. >> oh, boy. >> what sent this taxi spiraling out of control? >> how would you like this? $500 to spend on whatever you want? all you need to do is s
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 3:00am PDT
impacting the gas prices and it's not just iraq it really started back with ukraine because russia is the second largest oil exporter. but remember as well as the u.s. is doing in producing oil, we still import 70% -- 40% of our oil every day, about 7 million barrels. so we are very much a prisoner of what's going on in world oil prices. so if you look at what's happened over the last few months, you can see that starting back again at roughly the time of the ukraine issue, oil prices have been going up very steadily. they have gone up about $15 a barrel from $94 to $106 a barrel. >> does that continue to go up if the fighting and uncertainty continues? >> here's the issue. the issue is there's not a lot of spare capacity in the world. you look at the next chart and you see iraq produces about 3.3 million barrels a day in comparison to saudi arabia who produces about 12. so it's not the biggest producer. but the problem is there's no spare capacity, almost no spare capacity in the world. coincidentally, the total amount of spare production capacity in the world is equal to what ira
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am EDT
a shot to moscow saying the u.s. may -- for russia for the continues violence in ukraine. but russia's most powerful man tells cnbc he will continue to collaborate with the u.s. despite sanctions. >> we will continue to work to demonstrate our efficiency to be both beneficial to russian and american companies. >>> and from the pitch to the palace, prince phillipe ready to take the throne as spain's new king after the 2-0 defeat against chile. >>>. >>> you are look at live pictures from spain where prince phillipe is about to enjoy his coronation as the new king of spain. so a happy day for spain, but a sad day in many other respects. they were crushed out of the world cup. remember, they were champions when they lifted the cup the last time around. very different circumstances this time around. >> i guess it's up to him to pick up the pieces after that crushing defeat yesterday. did you watch it? >> i did not. i watched the australian game. >> aus trail is out now, right? >> they are, fortunate. >> and the dutch are one of the favorites. let's get back to the markets and talk about t
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am EDT
ukraine's foreign minister or now former foreign minister said last week to describe the russian president. he was at a demonstration outside the russian industry -- embassy in kiev. he was really upset. in any case, he was fired half an hour ago. >> that is it for "the pulse." see you tomorrow. ♪ and abruptlyact the dow surges as janet yellen signals further accommodation. the white house begins to distance itself from iraq prime minister malarkey. -- maliki. fire phone. uphill battle. good morning, this is "bloomberg surveillance." we are live from our world headquarters in new york city. it is thursday, 219. i am tom keene with scarlet fu and adam johnson. u.k. ant to start in the retail sales for first time in four months. we get that news effectively 24 hours after the bank of england governor says, market, you better wake up or we're going have to raise rates at some point. >> it is a swirl. his central banks world right now. chair we got more of yellen yesterday. claims.itial jobless
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